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Category: Richmond Valley Council

NEWS: Richmond Valley Council Media releases. Richmond Valley Council (RVC) is a local government area on the Northern Rivers region of north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. RVC services an area of 3,051 square kilometres (1,178 sq mi) and draws its name from the Richmond River, which flows through most of the council area. The area under management is located adjacent to the Bruxner Highway, Pacific Highway, and the North Coast railway line.

Do you have a story?

March 23rd, 2020
Do you have a story During these hard times, closures, isolation it’s a long road ahead for all of us. Heartland Magazine will continue to bring stories about people and communities. Now can be a time of reflection. We love to write about people, their loves, their hopes and their dreams and publish them in our

FLOOD WATCH BULLETIN 2 NSW Coast To The Lower Hunter Issued

February 6th, 2020
FLOOD WATCH BULLETIN 2 NSW Coast To The Lower Hunter Issued: Thursday 6th February 2020 at 12:20pm. What is happening MODERATE TO MAJOR FLOODING POSSIBLE FOR THE MID NORTH COAST Rainfall is expected to increase along the New South Wales Northern coast from Thursday, as a low pressure trough deepens in the area.

RVC Mayor to welcome 16 new Australians

January 20th, 2020
SIXTEEN Richmond Valley residents will take the pledge to become Australian citizens on Sunday 26 January. The special Citizenship Ceremony, hosted by Mayor Robert Mustow, will be held as part of the Richmond Valley Australia Day celebrations at the Casino Drill Hall precinct. People from Colombia, Cyprus, Ireland, J

Summer School Holiday Guide

December 12th, 2019
View this email in your browser Summer School Holiday Guide Throughout the months of December and January, the Richmond Valley will come alive with a jam-packed schedule of events, activities, and Christmas-New

Official opening of upgraded Woodburn Riverside Park

October 28th, 2019
Official opening of upgraded Woodburn Riverside Park WOODBURN has a landmark attraction for locals and visitors alike with the opening of the first stage of the upgraded Woodburn Riverside Park today. Jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments and Richmond Valley Council, the $2.2 million project features a

MARCH AGAINST VIOLENCE on the 28th of November 2019

October 14th, 2019
MARCH AGAINST VIOLENCE on the 28th of November 2019 The Richmond Valley Family Violence Liaison Committee invite you to join us in a MARCH AGAINST VIOLENCE on the 28th of November 2019 at 10:00 am, meeting outside the Richmond Valley Council office, 19-25 Woodburn St, Evans Head. This is an annual event and was succes

BUSHFIRE ASSISTANCE FOR RICHMOND VALLEY COMMUNITIES

October 10th, 2019
BUSHFIRE ASSISTANCE FOR RICHMOND VALLEY COMMUNITIES Disaster assistance has been made available for communities in Richmond Valley in response to the impacts of the Busbys Flat Road fire. Assistance is being provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA). Federal

Casino’s revitalised Drill Hall precinct open to visitors and community

October 3rd, 2019
Casino’s revitalised Drill Hall precinct open to visitors and community THE southern gateway to Casino has an iconic new public space for visitors and the local community with the opening of the revitalised Casino Drill Hall precinct today. Set on the banks of the beautiful Richmond River, the $2.5 million Drill Ha

Richmond Valley Council Water Restrictions

September 27th, 2019
LEVEL THREE WATER RESTRICTIONS IN CASINO AND SURROUNDS We have had many people come in to the Heartland Magazine office asking do we know what the water restrictions mean and how much water can they use. Good question we thought, so we spoke to RV Council and have the information for the greater community Thank you

Council hands over keys to museum’s new home

September 17th, 2019
RICHMOND Valley Council has handed over the keys of the new Evans Head Living Museum building to the museum’s dedicated volunteers. The refurbished 1920s school building has undergone an extensive renovation courtesy of Richmond Valley Council, and will provide a stable home for the museum’s treasures for many yea

Casino water restrictions jump to level three

September 16th, 2019
RICHMOND Valley Council will this week impose level three water restrictions on Casino residents and businesses who receive a town water supply. Level one restrictions were in force before today’s decision, however, with water consumption being a little higher than predicted, Council believed it prudent to move s

Council seeks community views on the Woodburn Swimming Pool

June 3rd, 2019
Council seeks community views on the Woodburn Swimming Pool Richmond Valley Council is holding a community meeting in Woodburn on June 12 to discuss long-term options for the Woodburn Swimming Pool and other opportunities for Woodburn. Council is also distributing a community survey about the pool and other prioritie

NATIONALS IN GOVERNMENT GET NEW EVANS HEAD HEALTH CENTRE UNDERWAY

April 30th, 2019
NATIONALS IN GOVERNMENT GET NEW EVANS HEAD HEALTH CENTRE UNDERWAY Evans Head’s brand new HealthOne facility is a step closer with Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis joining with community members and health officials to mark the start of construction at a sod turning ceremony on Monday. “Demolition to remove th

Water restrictions ease for Casino and surrounds

April 8th, 2019
WATER restrictions for residents who receive a town water supply will be eased back to level one from Wednesday, with much-needed rainfall providing relief from losses during the recent dry conditions. The easing of water restrictions has been made possible following 220mm of rain in March, replenishing the Richmon

Cyclone Oma Prompts Severe Weather Warning

February 22nd, 2019
Cyclone Oma Prompts Severe Weather Warning A Severe Weather Warning has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for abnormally, high tides, damaging and hazardous surf, and damaging winds covering an area from Tweed Heads, south to Yamba as a result of Cyclone Oma. Abnormally high tides may cause sea water flooding

Richmond Valley Council News

January 21st, 2019
LEVEL TWO WATER RESTRICTIONS START FRIDAY 25 JANUARY - Sprinklers and fixed hoses, such as soaker hoses, are totally banned Residents in Casino and surrounds who receive a town water supply will be subject to level two water restrictions from Friday 25 January. Level two water restrictions are triggered when th

Level one water restrictions to start Wednesday for Casino and surrounds

January 11th, 2019
Level one water restrictions to start Wednesday for Casino and surrounds DUE to the low rainfall in the catchment areas and falling river levels residents who receive a town water supply will be subject to level one water restrictions from Wednesday 16 January. Level one water restrictions are triggered when the

Speak Up Tour Event on 11 January in Casino

January 7th, 2019
Multiple Golden Guitar winner and horseman extraordinaire Tom Curtain will be performing his Katherine Outback Experience show of real horse training and working dog demonstrations followed by a live music performance at the Casino Showgrounds on Friday 11 January. This is a FREE event thanks to the Richmond

Second hay run heads to Collarenebri

November 9th, 2018
Second hay run heads to Collarenebri ONE hundred and twenty bales of hay will be heading west tomorrow, making their way to drought-stricken farmers in and around Collarenebri. This is the second drought convoy undertaken by Richmond Valley Council in partnership with local businesses. In August Richmond Valley, Ky
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